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LookyWhatIFound

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About LookyWhatIFound

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  • Member # 27212

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Philly Suburbs

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    Philadelphia PA
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Our Story
    7/26/2014
    Married Loreta in England!!!

    5/22/2015
    Went to Visit Loreta for a month.
    Time to work on the Visa.

    11/28/2015
    Beginning the process of getting all the filing docs together to file the I-130.

    12/15/2015
    Sent the I-130 out today to the Chicago Lockbox. Well here we go again. USCIS, don't need an RFE for Christmas or New Years! That's quite alright, but thanks for the thought!

    We was approved we was! 04/18/2016

    Had to transfer case to the US Embassy in Riga Latvia.

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  1. LookyWhatIFound

    December 2015 I-130 Filers

    Congrats, yes your Visa was the CR1, like the one I'm working on.
  2. LookyWhatIFound

    December 2015 I-130 Filers

    Ok yeah I don't know much about benefits, I hope the food stamps works out. Yeah right now I'm in NJ suburbs of philly. Still didn't get my wife here, still have to go thru some hoops of weird things that happened to her before we can get to the Visa. I have to find a new job now and might have to move. Maybe when I get my wife here we can celebrate with you and your husband! Hopefully I can get her here by the end of the year or early next year.
  3. LookyWhatIFound

    December 2015 I-130 Filers

    Hi Blanche, take this with a grain of salt, but I think the fact that your husband was sponsored has nothing to do with it. The fact is that you two had been married way more than 2 years before you recently entered the US, right? That pretty much means he has full rights to work in the US, About him getting unemployment benefits, well normally one must have worked enough in the US to get unemployment benefits. But since you both had lived in the US in the past, maybe some of his past work in the US would help in that but I don't know, I guess it may depend on if he can still verify his US work in the past and if the unemployment benefits department accepts that past work. Otherwise I hope your co-sponsors can help you out, cause that's what they signed up for. Good Luck
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